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• The Maritime Administration approved an application by Triton Industries, a British Virgin Islands corporation, to transfer ownership of the Liberian drilling unit Sedco 703 to Sedco Forex International Drilling, Inc., a Panamanian corporation, without change in Liberian registry. The ship was built in 1974 in Avondale, La.

• Freela, Inc., of Miami, Fla., has filed an application with MarAd to sell two deck barges—M 571 and M 572. The proposed purchaser is Irvin Nadan Dewdath, Paramiribo, Suriname. The 3,300-dwt barges were both built in 1969 in Harvey, La.

• MarAd has issued its 1993 survey of U.S. shipbuilding and repair facilities. The survey was required by law primarily for use in determining whether an adequate mobilization base exists for national de fense and for use in a national emergency. The survey provides a database that is used to evaluate the feasibility of proposed shipbuilding programs. Determinations are made as to which existing shipyards might construct proposed ships consistent with ship size and delivery date requirements. The Report on Survey of U.S. Shipbuilding and Repair Facilities for 1993 may be obtained from MarAd's Office of External Affairs, room 7219; tel: (202) 366-5807.




Shipbuilding / Vessel Construction History

Appleton Marine, Inc.
Bender Shipbuilding Proposal Selected For Maritech Fundin
BUYING INTO THE FUTURE
Canadian Technology Takes (enter Stage
Changes at Malta Drydocks
Chesapeake Shipbuilding Launches New Vessel
Congresswoman Schenk Debuts Legislation To Rehab Maritime Industry
Con-Select To Supply NNS Double Eagle Equipment
DEFENSE CONVERSION ACT
Detroit Diesel Computer System To Control Engines On Gladding-Hearn Built Research Vessel
DOT/Industry Partnership Results In $37 Million In Cooperative Agreements
Expansion Via Acquisition
German Marine Equipment Manufacturers As Driving Forte In Technology And Cost Efficiency
German, U.S. Ties Strengthened Via SMM Partnership
Gladding-Hearn Builds Whale-Watching Cat
INDIA: Big Plans To Acquire Ships, Aid Shipbuilder
Japanese Industry News
Lake Shore A Military and Commercial Institution Evolves
MarAd News Title XI
New Version Of Catia Offers Valuable New feels
Norwegicm Innovation Sburs Commercial Success
Opportunities For Cooperation Between U.S. And Japanese Marine Equipment Manufacturers
Pick Up Speed?
Pragmatic Research
Ship Orders Unhalted By Industrial Unrest
Shipbuilders Announce Incorporation Of American Shipbuilding Association American Shipbuilding Association
Strategic Value Added: Navy-Industry Cooperation for the Future
Study: U.S. Yards Must Focus On Technological, logistical Improvements To Be Competitive Internationally
TBI: The Debate Rages
U.S. Named Official Partner Country At SMM '96
 
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